Charterhouse values diversity and believes that a range of backgrounds brings a variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will create a productive work environment in which talents are fully utilised and Charterhouse’s objectives are met.
All organisational policies, remuneration opportunities, hours of work, training, performance review schemes, disciplinary or other procedures and benefits are designed to promote equal opportunity and provide protection for all staff.
Charterhouse aspires to combat prejudices, stereotyping and harassment taking into account organisational and cultural needs and the way employees need to be able to balance their personal and working lives.
We are an equal opportunities employer therefore all appointments and promotions are made on the basis of performance and ability. Charterhouse is committed to the continued development of the personal and business skills of its employees who are treated in a fair and unbiased way and given every encouragement to realise their potential.
We aim to ensure that the services that we provide to clients and candidates do not discriminate against race, heritage, gender, religious or non-religious beliefs, nationality, family background, age, disability or sexuality.